Friday Fabric Finds: June 3
While it's a little late, here's my (neglected) Friday Fabric finds from last week!
I found this fabric in a box in a basement of an estate sale. It's incredibly great quality with a nice, tight woven texture. It also has great yardage, though I imagine using it for a 1960s wiggle dress. That was my first instinct.
While I usually pass on the polyester, I really liked the apple print on this one. I can imagine it working really well as a 1970s wrap dress. I thrifted this for about $.50.
This one isn't spectacular but I do think it will turn out to be something quite awesome! Another find for about $.50.
At the same antique store in Monterey, I purchased about four yards of this vintage seersucker (the tag said from the 1940s and the selvedge is only 35") for $17.50. I'm thinking that this would be a great fabric to use with my pattern from The Perfect Summer Dress.